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How It All Started

Pujya Bapuji’s personal experience with cataracts spurred him to empathize with the plight of the less fortunate suffering from similar eye conditions. Following his own successful surgery, he was inspired to establish the Shree Narayan Eye Hospital in Tajpura, dedicated to providing free treatment to the needy. Initially, patients were attended to through eye camps, later progressing to regular surgeries conducted every Monday. With a vision for expansion, the hospital has evolved into the General Hospital Tajpura, boasting 585 beds, gender-segregated wards, state-of-the-art operation theaters, and a well-equipped kitchen, fulfilling Bapuji’s humanitarian vision.

Shree Narayan Eye Hospital-Tajpura boasts a mechanized kitchen fueled by LPG, capable of preparing meals for 2000 individuals daily, along with a roti maker machine producing 900 rotis per hour. Patients from various regions of India receive treatment without discrimination, with free accommodation and transportation provided to companions. The hospital has become a beacon of hope for cataract patients, who express gratitude and spread awareness of its humanitarian mission.

Devotees attribute the institution’s success to Pujya Bapuji’s blessings, though he credits divine intervention and emphasizes the importance of heartfelt service. Bapuji’s personal experience with cataracts led to surgeries in Sitapur, Uttar Pradesh, and Rajendra Hospital in Patiala, Punjab, alleviating his eye troubles and inspiring his commitment to helping others.

Pujya Bapuji’s personal experience with eye troubles ignited his compassion for the underprivileged, prompting him to advocate for free eye care. Recognizing the challenges faced by the poor in accessing treatment, he urged devotees to establish a fully equipped eye hospital in Tajpura, offering surgeries and amenities at no cost. Despite initial concerns about funding, Bapuji inspired confidence, emphasizing the importance of selflessness and divine assistance.

For nearly two years, Bapuji personally assisted patients at the hospital, even cooking meals when necessary. Encouraged by his vision, organizers established a trust to support the hospital’s mission. In 1976, the foundation stone was laid, and within six months, the hospital was operational, providing free eye surgeries starting on Dhan Terash day. Bapuji’s noble dream became a reality, thanks to the dedication and generosity of his followers.